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2020 Race Date

Mark your calendars and start your training! The 2020 edition of the Sleepy Hollow Mtn Race will be on Sunday, April 26th with our traditional noon start time. We’ll be posting updates about what to expect for registration, the course, etc. in the coming weeks.

Results and Thank You

First off we want to say Thank you to all of our volunteers! You come an help at this race year after muddy rainy year. We could not do it without you.

Thank you racers! We hope you had fun. Good luck getting your shoes dried out. Maybe next year it will be dry.

One final thank you to Kyle (SkiRack) and Jen (Solomon) for bringing all the great Solomon demo shoes and the SkiRack tent to keep our finish line crew dry.

2019 Results OverallMenWomen | Age Category

2019 Special Award Winners
King & Queen of the Mountain – Eli Enman and Kassandra Marin
Muddiest & Bloodiest Finisher – Josh Hummel and Cari Causey

If you notice anything in the results that doesn’t look correct- please let us know and we’ll take a look.  We need your name and bib number. Please email sleepyhollowmtnrace@gmail.com.

Did you take any photos of the race today? Let us know we’d love to share them.

Did you write a race report from today? Share the link or email it to us and we’ll post it.

Driving and Weather Update

We are recommending that people access Sleepy Hollow from the Huntington end of Sherman Hollow Road. Swamp Road, coming from Hinesburg, is currently very… swampy.
Please also be aware that there is a flood watch in effect throughout the entire state of Vermont for Friday night through Sunday. While Sleepy Hollow is not expected to be directly affected, there is the potential for road closures on your drive here. Two good sources of information to keep an eye on:

Course Conditions – Updated

UPDATED Thursday 4/18: The ground is softening. The first climb up Butternut Cabin Trail is looking to rival the mud pit conditions of 2014. The frost has still not worked it’s way out of the ground entirely, so there is potential for creating sink holes with your feet on the ski trail sections of the course. This can largely be avoided by staying on the edges of the trail where there is more sure footing. There are currently three sections of course (Liberty Meadow Trail, lower Tina Turner, and bits of Molly’s Meadow) that are holding onto a crust of snow, but it is possible to run on and around. The single track and southern-facing exposed sections of trail are in the best shape, and provide some respite from the slop. With temps in the upper 60s and forecasted rain, expect foot sucking mud. Tie those shoe laces tight!

Photos from some morning course marking/fun running on Wednesday 4/17. Some green, some snow, some sink holes. The forecast calls for more mud. [Top left, Eli Enman struggling to make it through his 42nd birthday – Happy Birthday old man!]

Withdrawal Deadline Reminder

Just a friendly reminder that if you need to withdraw, tomorrow, Friday April 12, is the last day to do so if you want to get a refund. We don’t know why you would want to though – it’s shaping up to be an epic course condition year!

Waiting List Status

The waiting list status is now viewable on our registration page. It will be updated as changes come in. Thank you!

Registration at Max – Waitlist available

Yoda Wait

We have reached our registration max. If you’d like to sign up for the waitlist, please fill out this form. Visit our registration page for more details.